Colloquium on Privacy & Security
Franklin Pierce Center for IP at UNH Law
Chris Jay Hoofnagle
University of California, Berkeley - School of Information; University of California, Berkeley - School of Law
Buffalo Law Review, Vol. 50, p. 703, 2002
On November 2-3, 2001, the University of Buffalo sponsored Digital Frontier: The Buffalo Summit 2001. The attendees included Gary M. Schober (Moderator), Shubha Ghosh (Organizer), Ann Bartow, Chris Hoofnagle, and Phyllis Borzi. The participants were drawn from a wide range of specialties, from lawyers and doctors to business-men and academics, in order to provide some perspective on our data-driven world. This session on Privacy and Security identified some of the trends in technology that threaten privacy rights, as well as those that may assists preserving privacy. The speakers also explored legal developments and political structure influencing cyber-privacy.
Number of Pages in PDF File: 52
Keywords: colloquium, privacy, security, e-tags, cookies, digital summit, technology, consumer
JEL Classification: K00
Date posted: August 9, 2006
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